AULLA CONFERENCE 12-16 June 2022 Larrakia Country Darwin
Secrets, Subterfuge and Silence
AULLA CONFERENCE 2022
Charles Darwin University
The 2022 Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association’s triennial conference will be hosted by the College of Indigenous Futures, Education and the Arts at Charles Darwin University in the Northern Territory.
It may be that what draws many students and scholars to the study of literature, language and culture is to reflect on the historical, and ideological context of information, on how writing and its effects, produces a fascination with secrets. How do texts and mediums both work to withhold and disclose answers? Can anything really be completely uncovered? This conference promises to be both secretive and revealing.
Click the title above for help throughout the conference if you have any questions, are unsure which Zoom link to access or need any other help throughout the conference. A member of the conference committee will be available here for the duration of the conference.
Outline Conference Program
|DAY 1 Sunday 12 June – Welcome Reception 2-4 pm at Library and Archives NT – Keynote 1 Eleanor Hogan|
|DAY 2 Monday 13 June – Keynote 2 Georgina Heydon – Conference Papers|
|Day 3 Tuesday 14 June – Keynote 3 Thomas Mayor – Conference Papers|
|Day 4 Wednesday 15 June – Guest Panel – Conference Papers – Conference Dinner|
|Day 5 Thursday 16 June – Keynote 4 Mary Anne Butler – AULLA General Meeting – Conference Papers – Close|
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